Modern Perspectives on Privacy

To be published by Springer and freely available through Open Access

Meet the Authors

  • Privacy Frameworks
  • Privacy-Enhancing Technologies
  • Internet of Things
  • Tracking & Personalization
  • Privacy & Social Media
  • Healthcare IT
  • Information Privacy
  • Privacy Behavioral Economics
  • Privacy Norms
  • Individual Differences
  • Cross-Cultural Privacy
  • Privacy & Accessibility
  • Adolescents & Privacy
  • Vulnerable Populations
  • Privacy beyond the Individual
  • User-Tailor Privacy
  • Privacy Ethics & Policy

Edited by:

Bart Knijnenburg (Clemson U)

Bart Knijnenburg

Assistant professor at Clemson University School of Computing where he co-directs the human and technology lab, Bart Knijnenburg mainly researches on privacy decision-making and recommender systems.

Heather Lipford (UNC Charlotte)

Heather Lipford

Associate Professor at UNC Charlotte, Heather Lipford's research interests include Human-Computer Interaction, usable privacy and security, social computing, and visual analytics.

Xinru Page (Bentley U)

Xinru Page

Assistant Professor of Computer Information Systems at Bentley University, Xinru Page's research primarily focuses on Human Computer Interaction, online privacy, technology adoption, and social media.

Nicholas Proferes (U of Kentucky)

Nicholas Proferes

Assistant Professor at the University of Kentucky’s School of Information Science, Nicholas Proferes's research interests include users’ understandings of socio-technical systems such as social media.

Jen Romano-Berstrom (Bridgewater Associates)

Jen Romano-Bergstrom

Director of User Experience Research at Bridgewater Associates, Jen Romano-Bergstrom's research specialties include usability, eye tracking, survey design, experimental design, and cognitive aging.

Pamela Wisniewski (U of Central Florida)

Pamela Wisniewski 

Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida College of Engineering and Computer Science, Pam Wisniewski's research interests include Human-Computer Interaction, Social Computing, Digital Youth, and Privacy.